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01/30/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – ICC works in volatile places throughout the world, and Indonesia is no exception. While we can pray and prepare that projects go as planned, there are things we cannot expect. We worked with a farmer last year who planted chili peppers and ministered to Muslim-background believers through his business. But suddenly, the land was sold and the chili crops died, sidelining the evangelist’s plans.

“Without my knowledge, the land was sold partially, so my chilis just died. The soil on the remaining land was not as fertile, and in the end those chili trees slowly dried up and died,” the evangelist said.

The evangelist pivoted to cultivating catfish while continuing to minister to those around him.

“ICC continues to help us as field workers who are at the forefront of evangelism to help us develop a form of business that we can use as a platform for our ministry,” he said.

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